‘The glue that brings a community together,’ Kathy Waychoff has spent a lifetime connected to volunteerism.
Over the last decade, Sean Keller has forged a new barbecue tradition unique to Iowa with all the hickory smoke but none of the mystery that legendary flavors are often shrouded in.
Robyn Ireland - for The Gazette People & Places Jan. 5, 2022 6:00 am
After owning the one-millionth Thunderbird manufactured by Ford Motor Co. for 36 years, Bob Peterson is donating it to the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, Calif.
As the Cedar Rapids Public Library celebrates 125 years, patrons can see the library’s history and evolution on display starting Jan. 15.
Homes and businesses of the Little Mexico neighborhood in Cedar Rapids were razed in the 1960s to build I-380 in Cedar Rapids. Dozens of immigrant families were displaced. The notion of erasing a non-white neighborhood to make way for progress is now seen through a different lens.
Bundled-up tree-hunters with mittened kids in tow lined the road along the Ely evergreen market before it opened at 9 a.m. Friday. And at Solon’s Handley’s Holiday Hillside Inc., about 30 minutes south, dozens of parked vehicles squeezed the gravel road from both sides for as far as the eye could see.